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copy and past this link into you browser it takes you right to the website for this model laptop just click on the drivers and software tab in the middle of the screen there are two different kinds one is the Intel which is 5th from the top and the other is KTF which is 5th from the bottom http://www.lg.com/au/support/product/support-product-profile.jsp?customerModelCode=LW20-4BDA&matchedModelCode=NOT_MATCHED&searchEngineModelCode=LW20-4BDA&initialTab=warranty&targetPage=support-product-profile
You could be using a progam or have background services that eats up your memory and the page file on advanced settings could be set to a specific range. You could set it to system managed that could fix the issue. Right click on computer, select properties, select advanced system settings, select advance tab, click on settings under performance, click advance tab, then you can check out virtual memory from there.
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